Pic's Peanut Butter

Profile: Pic’s Peanut Butter

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Who: Pic Picot From: Pic’s Peanut Butter Could you describe your company and its business profile? Pic’s Peanut Butter is a Nelson-based company manufacturing premium peanut butter and exporting it worldwide. Proprietor Pic Picot first made peanut butter for himself in 2007 and began by selling it at the weekly Nelson markets on Friday afternoons. […]

Licence to thrill

License to thrill: considerations on engagement

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Our previous post ‘Could you be the One?’ discussed how the selection of your sponsorship recipient should be tailored to your purpose, values, and customer desires. This post looks to provide considerations on engagement, both within and external to the company. Make it Personal In both entertainment and business, we are looking for a more […]

Alacrity Productions

Profile: Alacrity Productions

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Who: Kate McGill From: Alacrity Productions Could you describe your company and the work you perform? We are an Auckland-based cross-disciplinary theatre and film company that is committed to growing the audience-performer relationship. We do this by creating and performing works that ask political or cultural questions. An example of this was our recent verbatim […]

Debbie and David – Goldfish

Profile: GoldFish Creative

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Who: Debbie Fish From: GoldFish Creative Could you describe your organisation and the work you perform? GoldFish Creative provides services to creative industries, across film, theatre and events. We cover publicity, logistics, production management and event management to ensure events are delivered to a high standard. Festivals we’ve been involved in include the LUX Light […]

Te Mata Estate Winery

Profile: Te Mata Estate

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Who: Toby Buck From: Te Mata Estate Could you describe your company and its business profile? Te Mata Estate is a winery and vineyard operation based in Hawke’s Bay. Established in 1896 we distribute internationally-recognised wines exclusively from our own vineyards to 45 countries. We are, and have always been, New Zealand-family-owned. Our ambition is to produce […]

giddy up

Customers who play, show loyalty and stay

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The number of sponsorship opportunities has increased tremendously over the past decade and sport marketing is now a multi-million dollar industry. With sports events receiving the lion’s share of marketing, New Zealand businesses are also being urged to consider sponsorship of the Arts and other activities. A report, recently released by the Ministry Culture and […]

Profile: The Arts Foundation

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Who: Simon Bowden From: The Arts Foundation Giddy Up with Simon Bowden from Simon Bowden on Vimeo. Could you describe your Organisation and the work you perform? The Arts Foundation of New Zealand provides inspiring solutions to grow philanthropic support for the arts. It produces the New Zealand Arts Awards, where over $400,000 is granted […]

flick electric

Profile: Flick Electric

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Who: Jessica Venning-Bryan From: Flick Electric Could you describe your company and its business profile? Flick Electric Co. is a Wellington–based technology business that retails electricity to customers in an entirely new way. We pass through all the costs of supply at the wholesale price, then charge a separate, transparent retail fee to look after the […]

Profile: A Slightly Isolated Dog

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Who: Gene Peters From: A Slightly Isolated Dog Could you describe your company and the work you perform? Performance Company – we build imaginative experiences that create and grow sense of community. We engage and play with the audience in exciting and unique ways. We create unique and imaginative experiences – striving to create a […]